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MEWS OE THE DAT.
-Gold closed steady at 126 j.
-In New York cotton closed steady and active
at 36 cents. * *
-InLiverpool cotton closed steady; uplands
'-A pneumatic tube has been laid ln-Chicago
for the transmission of dispatches from the Board
of Trade to the telegraph office.
-Senator Spragae, who had opened negotia?
tions to purchase the National Intelligencer, has
declined to bny that establishment.
-The Erie Railway Company announce that at
.the expiration of th.rty days they will Lssue
$5,000,000 of convertible bonds for thc purpose of
laying a third line of rails on the entire route.
. -Communism has found a home in Iowa. Near
lia rengo there is a colony of 1300 inhabitants,
-owning over 20,000 acres of land, and having all
things in common. They are a religious sect, and
-The Yerger case remains in statu quo, and it
is believed that the Supreme Court will walt Con?
gressional action, in accordance with the desire
of President Grant, expressed through Attorney
^Jv"n "r iy" papnra, onmmontlng ?a
the practice of having glowing epitaphs, says
that "If some men could come ont of their graves
and read the inscriptions of their tombstones
?hey would think they had got into the wrong
-Travellers may now visit the Mosque of St.
Sophia at Constantinople, and the Mosque of St.
-Omar, built on Ute site ef the Temple at Jerusa?
lem, without fear of molestation, the Sultan hav?
ing revoked the law prohibiting Christians from
entering the mosques.
-Bx-Governor Thomas G. Pratt, formerly Uni?
ted States senator from Maryland during a period
OX eight years, died at his residence in Baltimore
on Tuesday, after a severe illness and much suf?
fering, from disease of the Bfart. Governor
Pratt was In the sixty-sixth year of his age.
-The holy vessels and relics of the temple at
Jerusalem, some of which were said to have de?
scended from the time of Moses, are safe at the
bottom of the Mediterranean Sea. They were
lost while being transferred from Rome to Carth?
age, 400 years after they had beeu ostentatiously
displayed at the triumphs of Titus.
-Work, at last, has been begun on the Eust
River suspension bridge. The engineers, as a first
step, are constructing an immense cone, which
ls tobe lowered on the sand at the bottom of the
Tiver. The water on the insjd? is to be pumped
?out, and workmen will then descend to construct
the foundation for the pier. Two sets of air
pumps will be supplied, to p. event accident and
to keep the workmen plenti illy supplied with
-The North German Correspon lent, of the 20th
vit., prints a statement that "the negotiations
respecting the establishment or a direct telegra
^?ptie communication between Germany and thc
United States have almost reached a successful
termination. Count Reichenbach, who has been
- authorized by the North German Confederation to
undertake the enterprise, proposes to carry out
the scheme by leasing one of the wires of the
Atlantic Cable for the exclusive nse of Germany."
-The following failures have been announced
In New York City: White, Heath A Co., cloth job?
bers, liabilities about $104,000. Randolph Broth?
ers, ta the same Une of business, liablUties not as?
certained. To these most be added an oil Arm
"having connections in Boston; a dry goods job?
bing noose; one or two small ready-made clothing
firms; and the brokers Arm of Condict, Jennings
A Ca, Broad street. The last mentioned house
were embarrassed during the late gold panic.
They are now reported a* permanently fatted.
-The Rev. Mark Trafton, in his lecture on "Thc
Coming Woman," claims that woman should find
open to her aU those avenues, and only those ave?
nues for securing a living, luto which it was safe
and proper for her to enter alone. The coming
woman, he said, will Inquire, not so much "what
I can do," as "what a modest respect for the fit?
ness of things permits me to do." The coming
woman, he added, will receive equal pay with
man for any work which she docs equally as well.
To the question, "Will the coming woman voter"
he replied : "Thc Lord only knows. But ought
she to vuterf" Law Is simply the basis of social
?order. It creates nothing, but only secures safe?
ty and peace. The tax woman is required to pay
is simply an equivalent for the protection she re
acerves rrom the law. No injustice is doue her,
therefore, by withholding thc ballot. Mr. Traf?
ton docs not believe that if women engaged ac?
tively in politics, they could purify it.
-A great deal of attention ls attracted to thc
case of Dr. Paul Schoeppe, now under sentence of
death for the murder of Miss Maria A. Stcnnccke,
.at Carlisle, Pa. Dr. Schoeppe Ls a well-educated
?and intcll gent physician or twenty-eight, has
"been in th s cn nt ry but a year, an 1 ls son of a
Lutheran minister at Carlisle. Be formed the
acquaintance of Miss Stennecke while in the dis?
charge of his professional duties. Courtship anu
engagement or marriage followed the acquaint?
anceship. Miss Stcnnccke died undematker
suspicious clrcumstanc, and while under treat?
ment of Schoeppe, who ha i become involve I
In some matters of money atn.l real estate
speculations in the Interest of deceased, who
was reported to be possessed or $40,000. A
jKist mort* m examination cud analysis of the
contenta of the stomach reveals the presence of
prussic acid and morphia; but whether it waB
given as a medicine, or with intent to murder,
such med!c?i experts as Professors Aiken, Worm
ley. Gross and Pancoast and others, have been
unable to decide. The whole affair very much re?
sembles the celebrated Parkman-Webster case
which aapened years ago. Sehoeppc protests his
innocence, and defies any medical man to prove
the case one of murder. The German societies of
Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey believe
his story, and are using all their efforts to save
i The advocate of what are called women's
rights have been considerably nettled by an
ingenious and novel argument upon the
subject, from the pen of Professor Riehl, of
Stuttgart. This distinguished writer has
constructed an elaborate rejoinder to the
plea by which female equality is sought to
be established. His fundamental idea is
that sex is differentiated by culture, and that
the attempt to equalize the 3exes ?3 simply
a return to barbarism, l?e holds that so?
cial inequality is a law of Nature which
becomes more and more distinct and exact?
ing with the progress of civilization. To
the support ol' his position Riehl summons
revelation, history, art, ethnology and pa?
thology. We are indebted to The Nation
for a sketch of that part of his "Natural
nistory of the Family" which embraces the
Our author holds (in common witli many
disciples of Hegel,) that the fall humanized
man, that it awoke his slumbering self-con?
sciousness and developed his domestic and
social instincts. Ile culls attention to thc
fact that this event-a calamity which in?
volved a blessing-produced the subordina?
tion of the female. The first stage of civili?
zation was the distinguishing of the qualities
and the relations of sex-the assignment of
the woman to the direction and tn 'oving
guardianship of the man. Arnot.. semi
civilized people, like the poorer^peas.. try.
this relation Ls obscured. Both sexes dress
alike, in hats and boots and bloomers. They
engage, as in the Tyrol, the Landes, the
Alps, in the same employments, where it is
a matter of indifference whether it is the
master or mistress of the tann who knits or
ploughs. They resemble each other in size,
strength, coarseness of feature, and to some
extent in the tone of voice. They live to?
gether rather as friends than as lovers. But
among barbarous people the distinctio"1.- is.
well-nigh obliterated, as in Dahomey, where
the women are esteemed as having more
courage than the men, and are selected as
the royal body guard because they make
better soldiers. An American eye-witness
informed us that ;n the disastrous charge
upon Abbeokuta, the women warriors of Da?
homey approved thems^k'es as the bravest
of the assailants. The classical student will
remember similar accounts of the gallantry
of German, Spanish and British women,
given by the Roman historians.
Professor Riehl also notices the testimony
given by the arts to the continuous differen?
tiation of the sexe3. Portraits show thal
the women, a few centuries ago, were what
we would now call masculine. Now-a-days
Mary, Queen of Scots, would lose her celeb?
rity. The Md Madonnas are no longer what
they were intended to be-the types of vir?
gin loveliness. Another striking proof ap?
pears in the change that has taken place in
music. The simple melodies of antiquity
have been disnlarpH nnt Iwauca tho- fnni,
iou of singing has changed, but because the
tones of human speech have altered-the
male tenor sinking more and more into the
bass, and the female alto rising into the so?
prano. It is a divergence in the tone3 of
the sexes that has revolutionized music,
"developed the chant into the oratorio, the
"recitative of the ballad into the fugue o?
"the serenata, the solo into the symphony,
"and rendered the grand opera with its
"wealth of vocal and orchestral combina,
"nations possible." The continental man?
agers are now obliged to repair to Hungary,
and other outlying semi-civilized sections,
in order to obtain clear high altos. And
finally, attention is called to Hie fact that,
what are called "female diseases" do not
exist below a certain grade of sociaJ devel?
opment. Thc barbarian amazon has no
There is a good deal in Rhiel's arguments
which may be urged successfully against
those who would make woman man's rival
and competitor. When these people say
that woman is delicate, domestic and depen?
dent simply through the force of adverso
circumstances, and not by a necessity of
Nature, they for^t t that these circumstances
are precisely what make up our modern
civilization. It is the woman of antiquity
it is Brunehild and Boadicea, and not thc
cultivated, accomplished und beautiful wo?
man of the nineteenth century, whose cause
Miss Anthony and her colleagues are advo?
cating, and whom they, often in person, rep?
The sagacious advocate of woman's en?
franchisement will recognize what is dis?
tinctive in her character and powers. In?
stead of undoing the work of centuries of
Christian civilization, and endeavoring to
make her mannish, he will seek to secure
for her protection, liberty and a just support,
in the sphere to which she actually belongs.
THE Chester Reporter says that Wimbush,
the negro senator from Chester County, has
induced the removal from office of Magis?
trates Eli Cornwell, II. C. Brawlcy, T. M.
Boulware and Daniel G. Stinson. These
magistrates were appointed by Governor
Scott, and only two months ago thc Grund
Jury of the county advised that they be re?
tained in office. Two of them, at least, were
invited to join the Loyal League, and weir
told that if tiny would do the deed they
should keep their offices, and even "come up
higher." They declined the invitation, and
Wimbush at once demanded that they bc
hurled from their official seat. Governor
Scott bore it in mind that Wimbush whipped
Leslie, a brother carpel-bagger, a short timo
ago, and hastened to grant his request. The
necessary order was issued on Friday last
A CONCERN styling Itself "Tho New York
Advertising Agency," having had thc assur?
ance to include Tun: CHARLESTON NEWS in a
list of papers to which it refera UH endorsers
of its standing and solvency, wc feel it n
duty we owe lo our contemporaries of the
p;-o>s to state that tho use ol' thc name of
tins newspaper -.vas entirely unauthorized,
a id that tho little we know of the concern
in quo ,t'mi oonsiraris us to advise against
any dc ilhigs with it un any other basis t!:an
cash in advance.
TJriJ?i t/?lAJTXJL.Jli?5 11.
EVESIKO DY EvSNIN'a ; or Readings at Even?
tide for \he Familv or the Closet, by C. H.
Spurgeon. Now York: Sheldon & Co. 1869.
Thc readers of ''Morning by Morning"
will welcome- this companion volume. It is
drawn from the resoujj^ of an affluent ex?
perience, which gives more freely at every
^successive draught upon it. The condensed
brevity of its thoughts, the aptness, and
often the brilliancy, of ita figures, and the
directness and fervor of its appeals, will
make this volume a popular aid to private
devotion. The minister, also, will find hiut3
for many a discourse iu its suggestive expo?
sitions aud analyses. Like the former se?
ries, the present contaius au appendix of
appropriate hymns for use iu family wor?
THE population of Greenville County, ac?
cording to the census just completed, is
whites, 14,864; colored, 8.232; total, 23,096.
TFIE census returns of Chester County
show that the total number of whites in the
county is G.710, and of colored persons,
12,883 ; total population, 18,593.
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Address -N. A. B.," NEWS._novl3 1*
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and Ironer. German preferred. Recom?
mendations required. Apply at No. 66 Rutledge
avenue, six doors above Spring street.
\TTANTED, A GOOD WniTE SERVANT
Tv to cook and do general housework. None
need apply unless well recommended. Call at S.
St rauss', corner of King and Queeu streets.
TX RANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK,
TT in a Wholesale Drug Store, or a large Re?
tail and Prescription Drug Store. No objection to
go in the couutrv. Will expect but a small com?
pensation at first. Tlie applicant is a graduate of
the South Carolina Medical College. Address M.
P., through the Postofllce._oct9
XX/ANTED, A HOUSE, NEAR THE
VV central part of the city, containing five or
six rooms, with good outbuildings and water.
Address D, at this Office._scpt'28
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell the American KNITTING MACHINE,
thc only practical Familv Knitting Machine ever
invented. Price $25. will kuit 20,000 stitches
per minute. Address American Knitting Machine
Company, Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
XXT ANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
VT that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain
and ornamental, is executed promptly in the
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at TUE NEWS Job Office, No. 149 EAST BAY. Call
and examine the scale of prices before giving your
XXT"ANTED, AGENTS.-TWO HUNDRED
VV and Fifty Dollars per month, to sell the
only Genuine Improved Common Sense Family
SEWING MACHINE. Price only $18. Great in?
ducements to Agents. This is thc most popular
Sewing Machine of thc day-makes the famous
. Elastic Lock Stitch"-will do any kind of work
that can bc done on any machine. One hundred
thousand sold and thc demand constantly In?
creasing. Now is the time to take an agency.
Send for Circulars. a$r Beware Of In fri tigers. - ? -a
Address SECOMB A CO., Boston, Mass.; Pitts?
burg, Pa., or St. Louis, Mo. oof29 3mos
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac. now vacant, can readily be rented by
advertising them in this column. Thc rate ls 25
cents for twenty words or less, each insertion, if
paid in advance.
TO RENT, A FINE STORE WITH FIX?
TURES for a grocery and bar-room, corner
Longitude Lane and East Bay. To an approved
tenant rent will be $10 per month. Also, six
large square Rooms, with fireplaces, back*piazzas
and cistern water on every story. Thc rooms
will bc rented singlv if preferred. Inquire or Mr.
nuuij, tm ww |ncmlr?r?, UCtltJ
ROOMS TO RENT.-THREE UNFUR
NISHED rooms in a residence pleasantly
situated in the western part of the city. Terms
moderate. For further particulars, apply at No.
ll Doughty street. octlS
REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY or any kind may IXL.advertised for
sale In this column, at thc rateT( 25 cents for
twenty words or less, each insertion, if paid in
FOR SALE. A CHOICE L()f OF FINE
Saddle and Draft NORTHERN HORSES,
just arrived. Apply at No. 52State street.
FOR LEASE, VACANT LOT CORNER
Greenhill and Tradd streets; 4:1 by no reel.
An excellent stand for n grocery. Apply to A. P.
CRAY, No. 33 Broad street.
FOR SALE, THE HOU8E AND LOT No.
7 Minority street, containing five rooms and
necessary outbuildings. Possession given inline-'
dlately. Apply opposite thc premises,
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
GREAT BARGAIN.-One small Cylinder TAY?
LOR PRESS in complete repair. It lias been but
little used, and Is sold simply because the present
owner has no use for lt. Thc size or thc bed ?r
the Press is forty-four by fifty-eight inches. Said
Press will be sold nt a great bargain If applied for
at once, as Hie room it occupies is wanted for
other purposes. Addresss Box No. 3795 New York
Postofllce. sept 20
Host cin? ionn?.
LOST AND FOUND AGAIN.-IF YOU
have lost anythiug, make it known to thc
public through this column. The rate for twenty
words or less, each Insertion, ls 25 cents, if paid
STRAYED OR STOLEN, ON MONDAY,
thc 1st instant, a large Bull SLUT, answers
to the name of Glpp. She has one brown spot on
her back and the side or her head. A reward will
be given, if left at No. 57 Rutledge avenue, three
doors above Linc street. novio ws2*
STRAYED FROM THE RESIDENCE,
No. 17 Pitt street, a White Setter DOO PUP,
five months old, with butt"spots on ears and right
side. A suitable reward will be given for his re?
covery. novl2 3
_ tanb for 8ale.
LAND FOR SALE IN WILLIAMSBURG
COUNTY, S. C.-Tlie valuable PLANTATION
of the late John B. Prcssley, containing about 2000
acres.situatcd in the Indlaiitown neighborhood,Im?
mediately on the Georgetowu railroad,and in seven
miles or water communication. There are near
five hundred acres inclosed and under cultiva?
tion. Thc balanceoi the Land is heavily timbered
ami well adapted to turpentine. The place oirers
fine facilities for stock raising, as thc pasture is
abundant both winter and summer. The dwell?
ing is painted. In complete order, contains nine
commodious rooni3 and extensive piazzas. All
outbuildings necessary for a cotton farm, in good
repair, and comfortable quarters for twenty la?
borers. This valuable place will be sold cheap ir
disposed or before the 20th December. Parties
desiring to purchase will applv to me in person at
ludiantown, or by mail, Klngstrce, s. 0.
novio pi2*c6_ Agent for Executors.
T?1LORTDA LAND~F? R S A L E . - A
JL valuable PLANTATION or 8S0 acres In Ma?
non County, Florida, ls offered ut private sale,
about one half cleared and under cultivation;
part best hammock. This Plantation is one or |
the most desirable in the State; is very produc?
tive fur Coll?n, Rice, Corn, Sugar, Vegetables,
Ac; also flue for Oranges and other Fruits; is
located in one or thc healthiest and most plea?
sant neighborhoods in thu Slate, being conveni?
ent to railroads, churches, Ac. Apply to A. lt.
MULLIGAN, Cotton Factor, Accommodation
Wharf, Charleston, S. 0. novlj
'yy 1 L L I A M M. LAW T O N,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 10 BOYCE'S VYDAUP.
Extra Heavy Sea Island HAGGING AND TWINE
for sale Advances made uu Produce lu bund.
riAMPOOLNG AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES ANTI CHILDREN
Attended at their residJIICCH promptly and al
Send orders to
W. K. MARSHALL, Barber,
aprilU No. ill Croad street, (up stans.)
Fi! ll tl TT O? CAI UlVl/aii AI vi
MASONIC PrTJR ASSOCIATION.-THE
Chairmen from each Lodge and Chapter
arc earnestly requested to meet at Masonic Hall,
at half-past 7 o'clock, THIS EVENING, as all arti?
cles contributed to the Fair will bc drawn for.
novl3 R. E. BROWN, Secretary.
SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION.-T II E
Convention of the District Associations for
the purpoac of organizing a State Association,
will be held at the South Carolina Hall, tn this
city, on THCKSDAY next, the ISth instant, at l
o'clock I'. M.
A Complimentary Supper will be given to the
Delegates at half-past ? o'olock In thc evening.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, JR.,
JP I R S T OUT.
RICHARDSON'S SOUTH CAROLINA REPORTS.
14th Equity, price $5: 15th Law, price $6.
For sale by EDWARD PERRY,
No. 155 Meeting street,
no\13 3 Opposite Charleston Hotel.
SENT FREE OF POSTAGE
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novS No. 161 King st., Charleston, S. C.
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mental Farm at Vincennes, by George Ville, 50
cents. American Fruit Culturist, containing
practical directions for the I'mrogaiion ?nj Cul.
. uteol Fruu Tires, ?C., by John J. Thomas, $2
50. Practical Floriculture; a Guide to the suc?
cessful l'ropai?ntion and Cultivation of Florists'
Plants, $1 50. Pear Culture for Profit, by P. T.
Quinn, Illustrated, $1. The Practical Poultry
Keeper; a Complete and Standard Guide to the
Management of Poultry, whether for domestic
usc. the markets or exhibition, $2.
NIEMEYER: a Test Book of Practical Medicine,
with particular reference to Physiology and Pa?
thology, by Dr. Felix Nieraeyer, translated from
the 7th German Edition, 2 vols., $9. Dr. Moritz
Meyer: Electricity In Its Relations to Practical
Medicine, $4 50. J. M. Duncan: a Practical Trea?
tise on Perimetritis and Parametrltls, $2 50.
John Eric Erlchscn: thc Science und Art of Sur?
gery, Illustrated with 030 Engravings, with ad?
ditions by John Ashhurst, Jr.. A. M., M. D., $7 50.
Pavy: a Treatise on thc Function or Digestion,
its Disorders and their Treatment, by F. W. Pavy,
M. D.. V. IL S. Garretson: Diseases and Sur?
gery of the Mouth, Jaws and Associated Parts,
by J. E. Garretson. M. D., Illustrated, $6 50,
Heath: Injuries and Diseases of the Jaws, the
Jacksonian Prize Essay of the Royal College of
Surgeons, 1867, $fi. novo
JgOOK BUYERS WILL FIND IT TO
THEIR A D V A N T A G E TO CONSULT THIS
The List will be changed at least once a week.
NEW AND STANDARD BOOKS
FOR SALE AT
FOG A RTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
MILLER'S ALMANAC FOR 1870, (fifty-third year
<>t publication,) will bc ready for delivery Uie
latter part or November. The retail price will
be ten cents. A liberal discount made to deal?
ers. Dealers will please send their orders at
once to FOG A RTIE'S HOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, Charleston, S. C.
C'ATAIXXlt'K Ni?. 18.
Thc November No. of The Suuday Magazine, a
Monthly or Recreation and Instruction, Illus?
trated; edited by Rev. Tlios. Guthrie. D. D.,
$3 50; single numbers 30 cents.
Lipplncott's Magazine for November, containing
its usual amount of g?od thlugs, $4 a year;
single nutubeis3.'> cents.
Her Majesty's Lover, ?ecoud serles; by William
Hepworth Dixon, $1 50.
Mahual or Astronomy, by John Drew, ilustratcd,
One Poor Girl, The Story or Thousands; by Wirt
Walter Ogilby, a novel hy the author or Wan Bun,
Our Own Birds, a Familiar Natural History or the
Birds ol the United States; by Wm. L. Bailey,
Diary, Continued from Melbourne House; second
suric^ $1 75
Queechy, $2 The Wide World, $2.
A large and vaned stock or Pocket Diaries for
Wc are now receiving, In advance or the Holi?
days, many beautilully Illustrated Books, Photo?
graph Albums, Portfolios, Writing Cases, Ac, Ac.
For the Young Folks, wc have a large supply or
Juvenile Books, and new supply of the School
Girl's favorite, "Sludent's Companion " and
Novels and Light Reading of the latest and
Standard Authors sent by Mail without extra
Any Books published in America or Europe
sent free of postage on receipt of publisher's
FOI ?ARTI E'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 200 King street, (in Hie Bend,) Charleston, S. C.
(Emus, pistols, (?Ft.
JJIOECII-LOADING SPOUTING GUNS.
The subscriber ls now receiving a fine assort?
ENGLISH BREECH-LOADING, DOUBLE-BAR?
REL SHOT G UNS,
Which arc offered for sale at very low prices.
Also, a lev/ French Breech-loading Guns.
The prices of the above vary from $50 to $175.
A Hue assortment of
ENGLISH DOUBLE-BARREL GUNS,
Made io Hi der, ai prices varying rrom $22 up to
the nighest prices.
Also, Double and Single-barrel
ENGLISH AND GERMAN GUNS,
Al mm li lower prices.
Powder Flasks, sin.i Pouche* and Game Hags,
iroiu tie- lowest pnce tn the very bcsl marie.
Percussion Cai?*, Wads, Gunpowder and Shut.
Pistols nf ail kind*.
And as Agent b r Um United States Cartridge
Company, h<: i-i prepared io oiler to the trade
their Metallic Cartridge* as low ns ihesainegooda
can be delivered lu re from (he factory.
C. ORA VELE Y,
No. 62 East Dav, soul h of the Old FoStO.Uce,
rp HE MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN CO.
WINNERS OF THH
TARIS EXPOSITION MEDAL.
WHO HAVE UNIFORMLY BEEN AWARDED
AT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITIONS IN THIS COUNTRY.
So that their work is the acknowledged standard
of excellence in its department, respectfully an?
nounce that, with extended and perfected facili?
ties, and by the exclusive usc of recent improve?
ments, they are now producing yet more perfect
ORGANS than ever before, In great variety as to
style and price, adapted to all public and private
uses; for Drawing Rooms, Libraries, Music Rooms,
Concert Halls. Lodges, Churches, Schools, ?c., in
plain and elegant cases, all of which they are en?
abled by their unequalled facilities for manufac?
ture to sell at prices of inferior work.
The recent improvements in these Organs have
so Increased their usefulness and popularity that
they arc unquestionably the most desirable in?
struments obtainable for family usc as well as
Churches, Schools, Ac, while the prices at which
they can be afforded ($50 to $1000 each) adapt
them to thc means and requirements of all classes.
They are equally adapted to secular and sacred
music, are elegant as furniture, occupy little
space, are not liable to get out of order, (not
requiring tuning once where a pianoforte is tunea
twenty times,) are very durable, and easy to
learn to play upon.
Thc M. A H. Organ Co. are now selling Four
Octave Organs for $50 each ; Five Octave Organs,
Five Stops, with two sets of Vibrators, for $125,
and other styles at proportionate rates.
For testimony to the superiority of their Organs,
thc MASON A HAMLIN ORGAN COMPANY re?
spectfully refer to the musicnl profession general?
ly; a majority of the most prominent musicians in
the country, with many of eminence in Europe,
having given public testimony that the Mason A
Hamlin Organs excel all others.
A circular containing this testimony in full will
he sent free to any one desiring it, also a descrip?
tive circular, containing full particulars respect?
ing these- instruments, with correct drawings of
the different styles and thc lowest prices, which
are fixed and invariable. Address
THE MASON A HAMLIN ORGAN CO.,
No. 596 Broadway. New York:
novlS 3 No. 154 Tremont street, Boston.
On MONDAY, this new Establishment, In Meet?
ing street, directly opposite the Hibernian Hall,
will be open to the public.
Kf Lunch and Beverages free till noon. Call
and see. AUG. STILLING.
F. C H U P E I N
OFFICE NO. 275 KING STREET,
nov 13 9mos
ACCOMPLISH ALL TOEY PROMISE
For sale at
septn 3mos_RAOUL A LYNAITS.
po TO GEORGE L I T T Lei & CO.
VT for Fine FURNISHING GOODS at LOW
riticES. octCO stuthlmo
Jj 0 YOU WISH
TO PREVENT YOUR
CHILL A^N D FEVER?
septn 3mos CSE SOLOMONS' BITTERS.
Sto?cs, flanges, &'c.
TOVES AT WHOLESALE
TOE UNDERSIGNED, SUCCESSORS OF HOR?
TON A SHEPHERD, HAVE RESUMED THEIR
TRADE IN STOVES, AS WHOLESALE DEALERS,
IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR OTHER BUSI?
NESS, ANO AUK WOW rilBrAREP TO SCrTL?
OTHER DEALERS, FACTORS, MERCHANTS AND
ALL THE CUSTOMERS OF THE OLD HOUSE
WITH THE MOST APPROVED DESCRIPTIONS
OF COOKING STOVES, RANGES AND HEATING
STOVES AT A CLOSE APPROXIMATION TO
THE COOKING STOVES AND RANGES ARE
SOLD WITH OR WITHOUT FURNITURE-SOME
OF THEM ARE DESIGNED TO OPERATE WITH?
OUT THE AID OF CHIMNEYS IF NECESSARY
AND ALL ARE GUARANTEED TO BAKE PROP?
ERLY, IF SET UP AS DIRECTED.
THE RANGES ARE UNUSUALLY LOW IN
PRICE-HAVE SIX BOILER OPENINGS AND
DOUBLE OVENS, THOUGH BUT A SINGLE
PIPE, AND NEED NO BRICK-WORK TO SET
THE STOCK OF HEATING STOVES EMBRACES
CAST-IRON AIR-TIGHTS, RUSSIA-IRON EAIR
TIGHTS, SIX-PLATE OR BOX STOVES, AC.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND PRICES
WILL BE FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION.
WM. SHEPHER? A CO.,
No. 24 KAYNE STREET,
_CHARLESTON S. C.._
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
?pRENCH RETINNED IRON - WARE
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
ELLE VILLE COPPER
AGENTS IN CHARLESTON:
WM. SHEPHERD & CO,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
?nmbcr, iud, &"c.
OAL! COAL! COALI
100 tons BITUMINOUS LUMP COAL, for parlor
200 tuns Cumberland Smith's Coal, now landing
from schooner Malaoka
300 tons Red Ash Coal, egg and stove sizes, to ar?
rive per brig Cambia, from Philadelphia.
For sale by H. F. BAKER A CO.,
Coal Y'ard, No. 20 Cumberland street.
rp 0 ARRIVE.
100,000 Cypress SHINGLES to arrive. For sale
low, and will bc lauded at any point in the harbor.
Apply to JOHN TIENCKKN,
llovil UimnC* Market street.
ll O It S A fi E .
Oak and Hickory TIMBER and STAVES.
WARING A SIMONS,
novll thsm'J West End Mill street.
ijarboare, Ctntlerrj, Ut.
Q HARLES KERRISON, JR.,
No. 249 KING STREBT.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, AGRICUL?
TURAL IMPLEMENTS, Ac.
A select assortment of TABLE AND POCKBT
CUTLERY, Rodgers' and other Scissors, Fancy
Bird Cages, Paper Basins and Buckets and House?
keeping articles generally.
ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OP
ARGRICTURAL IMPLEMENTS, NAILS, CAR?
PENTER'S TOOLS, Ac, of best make.
Sole Agent for the genuine Eureka Coffee Pot,
the Russian Hemp Castor, and the American
Papier Mache Company. novl3 stuthlmo*
Sa?MiG anb fjarness.
ADDLE RY WAREHOUSE.
WILLIAM HAR RAL A CO.,
No. 19 HAYNE STREET.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
COACH AND HARNESS MATERIALS, Ac.
Bank of Charleston STOCK
Charleston Gas Company Stock
Memphis City Coupons.
Apply to JAMES H. WILSON,
nov!3 2_No. 5 Broad street.
J O R SALE,
State of South Carolina BONDS (old and new)
Savannah and Charleston Railroad Stock.
By JAMES H. WILSON.
BROKER, No. 4 BROAD STREET,
BUTS and sells on commission, Bonds, Stocks,
Bank Bills, and Securities of all kinds. The high?
est market prices obtained.
Any information desired, by letter or otherwise
will be cheerfully given. Apply as above at No
1 Broad street, or through Postofflce Box 307.
Will also attend to the investments of money in
large and small amounts.
REFERENCES.-Wagner, Huger A Co., Reeder A
Davis, G. A. Trenholm A Son, W. C. Bee A Co.,
Thomas E. Waring, Cashier South Carolina Loan
and Trust Company; Pclzcr, Rodgers A Co., J. D.
Aiken and Co., George H. Walter A Co., Cohen,
Hanckel A Co., Andrew Simonds, President First
National Bank. sent21 2mos D&C
Clothing anb irnrntorjing ?oobs.
PEN I N G .
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
OF OUR OWN SELECTION AND MANUFAC?
TURED IN CHARLESTON BY OURSELVES,
Which we have determined to sell at such prices
as cannot fail to satisfy the views of the
CLOSEST DEALERS, EITHER THROUGH
ORDER OR PERSONAL SELECTION,
Fancy Tweed Casslmeres, (Sack and
Pants)...$ 7 50
Mixed Casslmere Suits. 13 00
Double and Twisted Cassimere Suits_ ia 00
Harrison's Gray Casslmere Suits'!. 17 00
Paney Cassimere Suits. 17 CO
Black and White Silk Mixed Suits_ 13 00
Colored Scotoh Cheviot Suits. 20 00
Gold Silk Mixed Suits. 25 00
Black Cloth (Sack, Pants and Vests. ll oo
Black Doeskin Casslmere Pants from.5 00 tolo 00
Colored Cassimere Pants from.4 50 to 9
Colored Unir?n Cassimere Pants
from.2 00 to 4 00
Flue Black Cloth Vest. 3 00
Fine Colored Casslmere Vests. 2 00
Waterproof Tweed Over Sacks. 10 00
CLOTHING FOR BOYS AND YOUTHS FROM
NINE TO TWENTY YEARS OLD.
THE GENUINE STAP. BRAND SHIRT
Lot 42 Star Shirt.". S 2 00
Lot 52 Star Shirt. 2 60
STAR BRAND COLLAR, $2 50 PER DOZEN.
COTTON FLANNEL DRAWERS, OUR OWN
MAKE, at $1 25.
MERINO SHIRTS FROM 75 cents to $1 50, A
Call and see us. We do not boast of having
thc most expensive GOODS, but we can boast
of having thc cheapest and best made CLOTHING
in Charleston, and equal to the BEST CUSTOM
TERMS CASH, or city acceptance.
0. E AA. S. JOHNSON,
octll ltus2mos_No. 317 KING STREET.
?\ L 0 T II I N G
SELLING AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
GEORGE LITTLE A CO..
No. 213 KINO STREET,
Would respectfully call thc attention of the
puhllc to their large and varied assortment of
Men's, Youths' and Boys' CLOTHING aud FUR?
BISHING GOODS, which they arc offering at
prices that cannot be competed with In the city.
Any one In need of the above mentioned articles,
rill please give us a call before purchasing eise?
rnere, and wc will guarantee to suit them in
tyles and prices. Remember our Fine Cassimere
TESTS selling at $2 50.
GEORGE LITTLE A CO.,
No. 213 KINO STREBT,
Five doors below Market street,
g UP Elil OR CO LOG NH WATER.
Manufactured and for sale by
Dr. II. RAE IL
oet? No. 131 Meeting strict.
?roceriw, ?iqnors, Ut.
Eld am Cheese
Young America Cheese
Imitation English Cheese
Prime Goshen Cheese.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
U0V13 3 No. 275 King street.
pU SE SHERRY WINE.
Just received 30 casks of SHERRY WINE
prices $:>, $4, $5, $8, $s, $12 per gallon; In bottles,
from $1 to $2 50.
PIPER A CO. HEIDSIECK
Ve Clicquot Ponsardin
All of direct importation.
WM. S. CORWIN* CO.,
No. 275 King street,
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, New York.
Russ' St. Domingo Bitters
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO., ?
nov!3 6 No. 275 King street.
QRANGES ! ORANGES ! ORANGES !
30,000 SWEET HAVANA ORANGES, at $2 50 per
hundred and 40 cents per dozen
40 dozen large Pineapples
25 bunches Bananas
For sale by MKS. C. D. KENRICK,
No. S3 Market, near Meeting street.
J?UTTER, CHEESE AND BACON.
200 kegs and tubs BUTTER \
50 boxes Factory Cheese
lOOhhds. and tierces Sides. Shoulders and
Hams. For sale low by
GEO. W. STEFFENS.
novl3 2_No. 30 Vendue Range.
JJ EN RY COBIA & CO.,
No. 2G VENDUE RANGE,
OFFER FOR SALE, AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES:
36 hhds. Choice C. R. SIDES
20 hhds. Choice Shoulders
20 barrels Mess Pork
loo barrets, cases and tubs Lard
300 boxes Candles
200 barrels various qualities Sugar
100 barrels Syrup and Molasses
250 bags Rio, Lagauyra and Java Coffee
150 boxes Soap, various qualities,
500 barrels Super, Extra and Family FLOUR.
BORNEO AND INDIA BAGGING
Iron Ties, Rope and Twine
100 barrels various grades Whiskey. nov!2 2
OLASSES! MOLASSES! 'ND
46 hhds. fine Muscovado MOLASSES
31 hhds. prime Muscovado Molasses
15 tierces prime Muscovado Molasses
52 hhds. choice Muscovado Molasses
53 hhds. choice Muscovado Molasses
34 tierces choice Muscovado Molasses
50 barrels choice Muscovado Molasses
80 boxes prime Muscovado Sugar.
Now landing ex-American brig "Joha Balch,"
from Matanzas, (Cuba,) and for sale by
W. P. HALL,
novl2 3 Brown A Co.'s Wharf.
JgACON! BACON! BACON!
PRIME CLEAR SIDES, Western Shoulders,
Breakfast Bacon and Boxes Codfish.
Landing and In store. For sale by
novo tuths3 AY. GURNEY, No. 102 East Bay.
jyQUORS ! LIQUORS ! LIQUOB?S !
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
The subscribers having been appointed sole
agents for HENRY WALLACE A CO., Philadelphia,
for the sale of their fine OLD RYE, WHEAT AND
BOURBON WHISKIES, are prepared to make a
liberal discount on large orders.
A mu supply of the above Whiskies always on
Parties about purchasing would do well to give
us a call before negotiating elsewhere.
BYRNE ? FOGARTY, 0
CORNER CHURCH AND CHALMERS STREETS,
CHARLESTON, 6. C.
E W LARD
R FINED FAMILY LARD.
We are now packing
OP THIS SEASONS MAKE.
Tierces, half bbls., Kegs, 3 lbs., 5 lbs., and 10 lbs.
Caddies, 60 lb. cases.
For price lists, address.
PROCTOR A GAMBLE,
oct28 thstui8 Cincinnati, Ohio.
I VERPOOL SALT!
coco sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, direct from Liv?
erpool-large and full 6acks.
For sale at lowest market prices, by
OCV?6 T. J. KERR A CO.
?ULIFQRNIA VINEGAR BITTERS.
For sale by DR. n. BAER,
novll No. 131 Meeting streeT.
UPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mau, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote Is thc best remedy that can be
administered in Mania-a-Potu, and also 'srall
For sale by Dr. H. BAER.
No. 131 Meeting street,
oct6_Agent for South Carolina.
JOLSON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE.
Warranted to remove all desire for Tobacco in
any form. Restores sufferers from its injurious
effects to robust health. Of great benefit to Dys?
peptics. For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street,
oct5 Agent for South Carolina.
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream of Tartar
For sale, wholesale and reta?, by
Dr. H. BAER,
oct6 No. 131 Meeting street.
CURES FEVER AND AGUE.
THE FINEST TONIC IN THE WORLD.
49?For sale by all Druggists.
G. J. LUHN, Agent,
Corner King and John street,
septl7 3mos Charleston, S.Vj.
ARE FOR SALE BY
Dr s. RAOUL & LYNAH,
At Wholesale and Retail,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS,
sept! 7 3mos
JJOLMES ? MACBETH,
No. 3 6 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, 8. C.,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will attend io Iteutingaiid Collecting of Routs
and purchase und sah- of Slocks, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Real Estate.
To the Purchase ol Goods ami supplies for par?
ties in Hie conni rv upon rtusoruib'e '?erins.
G KO ROE I.. HOLMES.W.KXAXPBR MACBLTH.